1. Destiny 2's First Iron Banner Event Announced

    Destiny 2's first Iron Banner event has been announced and it's coming soon--with the usual rewards but also some changes, too. In its latest weekly blog post, Bungie announced that the limited-time Crucible event will kick off on October 10 at 2 AM PT, ending at the same time on October 17. The gametype is Control, which challenges players to control zones across the map.
  2. Assassin's Creed Origins PC System Requirements Revealed

    Assassin's Creed Origins is just a few weeks away from release, and now developer Ubisoft has revealed the minimum PC specs and system requirements you'll need to play. The company syas that optimizing the game for PC play has been very important, as has making the game accessible to players on a wide variety of systems.
  3. Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition Coming January 2018

    Capcom will release Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, an updated version of the fighting game that includes new modes and the first two seasons of downloadable characters, on Jan. 16th, 2018, the company announced today.
  4. More Fast & Furious coming to Rocket League

    Rocket League players who live their lives a quarter mile at a time have some cosmetic downloadable content coming just for them. Next week, Psyonix and Universal Pictures will release two new Battle-Cars based on The Fast and the Furious franchise, including Dominic Toretto’s 1970 Dodge Charger R/T.
  5. Horizon: Zero Dawn Complete Edition Bundles with Frozen Wilds DLC

    Those who have yet to dive into the open world of Horizon: Zero Dawn will soon have a new option to consider when picking it up. Sony and developer Guerrilla Games have announced a Complete Edition of the game that's due out later this year.